Disney Souvenirs Under $10? Lollypops!

Updated for 2017!

Disney World vacation souvenirs are expensive. As soon as you announce plans for your upcoming Orlando trip, friends will start casually saying, “Hey, bring me something back from Disney World.” Well now the pressure is on, and you have to decide if you will spend the big bucks or look for small trinkets. $35 t-shirts and $59 sweatshirts will kill your budget; I don’t always fit those items in my budget for myself. You may need something way less expensive.

I spent a lot of time looking around the gift shops as a child in the 70s, and these items remind me of childhood vacations munching on candy we could afford to buy in the parks. You know kids usually can’t afford much else.

Say hello to the Disney lollypops!

While candy will cost more in a gift shop than at home in a grocery store, these are vacation prices and the candy is under $10. Many are under $5.

They don’t even say Disney World or Disneyland anymore, so you know they will be sold in parks on both coasts.

Read: Times Have Changed: Welcome to the New Era of Walt Disney World

How much are we talking about here?

Remember prices can change, but these are 2017 current prices.

Goofy’s Candy Co. in Disney Springs has a large assortment, but they are available in random gift shops all over property. There was even a display outside Soarin’ in Epcot.

You won’t have any trouble locating lollypops. Not eating them before you get home is a different story altogether. Good luck…

Thanks for stopping by, and we’ll see you planning your next vacation. Bonus points if you include the kids in the planning.


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Amanda Major CheapskatePrincess.comAmanda Major is the creator of cheapskateprincess.com. She remembers her first visit to Magic Kingdom like it was yesterday, because she had a ham sandwich tucked in her shorts pocket. The whole family snuck in their lunch; you can’t make that kinda stuff up. 40 years worth of trips to Orlando later, she is still trying to save money on vacations.

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